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These People Saw A Door In A Train Station. None Of Them Expected To Find This Inside

If you get a close look at the reasons why we do certain things, you will find that curiosity has taken control over every one of us. There are a lot of benefits of an inquiring mind. According to a 2002 report in "The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology," being abundantly curious is a sign of intelligence. Researchers measured the curiosity of over 1,500 children between the ages of 3 and 11 years old, and they found a stunning relationship between high levels of curiosity and IQ. Those children also happened to have better grades in school and superior reading abilities. Another study found that the same level of curiosity in adults resulted in greater analytical skills, problem solving, and overall intelligence.
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